Friday, November 6, 2009

Giblet Stuffing with Raisins


1 bag seasoned bread crumbs
1 yellow onion chopped
2 cups celery chopped
1 cup turkey broth, from boiled giblets or chicken broth
1 cup raisins
1 T sage
1 T poultry seasoning
¼ cup butter
chopped giblets including neck pieces (from one turkey or chicken)


Sauté in butter, onions, celery, raisins (about 10 minutes).Boil giblets in water. When giblets are done then the water will be a broth too. Chop gibblets. Add broth to bread cubes until lightly moist, add vegetables and giblets. Take off of burner and add other ingredients and stir. Put in 13x9x2 dish. Cover in foil and bake at 325°for 45 minutes. Take off foil brown another 15 minutes. This is also best placed around outside turkey when it is baking the juices add a wonderful flavor. (It's great to stuff turkey with this just make sure you remove it from turkey immediately when done, so bacteria can't grow)

This is my family traditional recipe, but due to my children I no longer make it because they don't like the raisins. Now we make a cornbread stuffing. I love all stuffings but this one here is by far the best.

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